Egypt's tattered economy has reduced the newly-appointed PM to tears and protesters are increasingly divided. Yet some have vowed to continue fighting even if the recent elections have reduced their numbers.
"I won't leave this square until the military regime is removed", one man vows. But the Tahrir Square occupation has been undermined by the first round of elections, as well as by a relentless campaign by the state media to portray them as thugs. In contrast to the January 25th uprising, political parties have been outlawed in the square. "People are ready to forget what we fought for", one protester argues. As desperation mounts, can they hold on to the fight for change?
Reed Lindsay and Jihan Hafiz